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Social prescribing: Evidence presented to Patient Information Forum

Social prescribing: Evidence presented to Patient Information Forum We were pleased to be asked contribute to the growing knowledge base    Dr Nick Harvey (Chair of South Downs Health and Care GP Federation) and Andrew Cockayne (CEO at Connected Tech Group) took to the stage to describe results of survey of users of our technology across South Downs Heath and Care.   Our evidence shows … Continue reading Social prescribing: Evidence presented to Patient Information Forum »

Our work with Tallaght Hospital (Dublin)

We have today begun work with Tallaght Hospital, a large teaching hospital in Dublin formerly known as Adelaide and Meath Hospital, Dublin. Keen to be at the forefront of innovation, the team at Tallaght have asked us to provide an implementation of Patient Connect as a key strand of the hospital’s digital strategy. Watch this space for more updates!

STP: making the most of the opportunity

With the digital strategies underpinning STPs under the microscope, our STP briefing offers handy hints and fresh insights.   Tools to help you achieve true sustainability and cultural change The briefing shares new ideas, easy wins and practical approaches to: Prevent ill-health and moderate demand for healthcare Engaging patients, communities and staff Make patients an integral part of your new care models Embed efforts to improve Quality and Safety Deploy technology … Continue reading STP: making the most of the opportunity »

Introducing Connected Tech (MENA) Ltd

We are pleased to announce a new addition to the Connected Tech family Connected Tech Mena Ltd has been established to provide a focus for our work in the Middle East and North Africa. With the sole purpose of making Patient Connect and Staff Connect available in these new regions, Connected Tech Mena has begun trading. You can find out more about where we work and how to … Continue reading Introducing Connected Tech (MENA) Ltd »

Announcing Connected Health (Australia)

  Today we are proud to announce a new company, founded with the sole purpose of making our innovative products available to the Australian healthcare market. With a tried and tested platform built for healthcare experts, by healthcare experts, we enable our clients to engage in new ways with staff, patients and the public. Today, our technology will help patients and staff in community care, mental … Continue reading Announcing Connected Health (Australia) »

We are at the HISA Conference in Melbourne

We love Australia Who wouldn’t? It is dynamic, multi-cultural, innovative, and the throbbing heart of the Asia Pacific region. We were in Melbourne this week showcasing our products at the national Health Informatics Conference in Melbourne.     Interested to learn more about opportunities down under? Please click here to learn more about where we work.

Same business, new name

Introducing Connected Tech Group Ltd Our company name has today changed to Connected Tech Group Ltd. This change reflects growing demand for our products outside of healthcare and internationally and we continue to trade as Captive Health in the UK and Ireland. You can find out more about our work beyond the NHS and the HSE, by clicking here:

New logo, same us!

Our logo may have changed, but we are still the same passionate and committed team! Our technology connects people.  So we went out to design a logo that says it a bit better. It’s fresh and colourful, and we like it! Do you like our logo refresh?  Please contact us to let us know.

STP – an opportunity for better engagement

Our STP briefing will help you move forward with your strategic planning and share some potential solutions around the delivery of key challenges. For the past four years, Captive Health have been building a digital enabler that will help you change culture and deliver the vision set out in the Five Year Forward. Staff Connect and Patient Connect is the ideal toolkit to engage and motivate staff, patients and the … Continue reading STP – an opportunity for better engagement »